Creationism

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The creationism model holds that god created the universe in seven days, and that on the third day he created "vegetable life" and on the sixth day he created "animal life" and then "human life", namely a man and women named Adam and Eve.[1]

In terms, creationism (CR:147) (LH:5) (TL:152), from creation- meaning “made by a creator”, + -ism, “related to”, is the belief that all of the things of existence were made by or the result of a god, gods, or supernatural entity, defined as the creator.

Overview

Creationism is categorized, among the six main "life theory" alternatives, as follows:

  1. Creationism (god created life on day three)
  2. Bioism (certain things are alive; origin not discussed)
  3. Emergent bioism (life emerged at a certain point)
  4. Gradual bioism (life gradually emerged)
  5. Panbioism (all things are alive)
  6. Abioism (no things are alive)

A newer synonym is: intelligent design.

End matter

References

  1. 7 days of creation – BibleInfo.com.

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